CCA Essay Prizes Program

University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business

The Canadian Council for the Americas – Alberta Project Prize on Latin America in the Haskayne School of Business

Field of Studies: Any

Value: $1,000

Number: One Award

Eligibility:

  • Offered annually to an undergraduate student in the Haskayne School of Business.
  • Academic merit.
  • Best paper or project related to any aspect of conducting business in Latin America and Caribbean countries.

Where Tenable: University of Calgary

Apply: No application required.  Eligible students will automatically be considered by their faculty for nomination.

Previous Winners

  • 2014 Javed Iqbal
  • 2013 Jeremy Leakvold, Fifth Year Bachelor of Commerce (International Business)


University of Calgary Faculty of Arts

The Canadian Council for the Americas – Essay Prize on Latin America in Social Sciences

The University of Calgary is able to offer a prize of $500 for the best essay on Latin America in the areas of economics, political economy, trade, politics and international relations written by an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts. The essays must be nominated by the instructor of the course in which they were written. The prize is awarded once per calendar year. The essays are judged by a committee constituted by the Latin American Studies Program coordinator; a member of the CCA-Alberta executive also serves on this committee.

Previous Winners

 Other Award Winners

Jillian K. Haneiph – September 2014


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Congratulations to Lindy Robinson, winner of the 2014 Canadian Council for the Americas – Faculty of Arts Essay Prize! Lindy Robinson is in the final year of her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Calgary. 

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